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Discussion in 'Funny Stuff: Jokes, Quizzes, Games & Pics' started by hockeycock, Feb 3, 2008.
I stand ready to answer any queries.
why 10%, if u dont mind me asking?
Is Connecticut as boring as it sounds?
What exactly IS a Connecticut Yankee? Are you different from being a New York Yankee? Is it all a bunch of Hankee Pankee?
What is the State bird?
Ok. "Yankee" can refer to anyone from the Northeastern U.S. It used to be more specific (to old time laconic New Englanders, like Calvin Coolidge), and I have to say I resent the N.Y. Yankees stealing our name. Go Sox!
CT's state bird is the robin. And while I don't know how boring Connecticut sounds, it is pretty freaking boring. The only saving graces are the natural resources. Great hills, forests, rivers, beaches and harbors. Lots of great places to hike, bike, and swim. And I'm a short train ride from New York.
My 10% represents me going nut-to-nut with other guys in 3ways and accepting a few bjs. If you must know.
nothing wrong with that 10 percent.
The occassional head (mm) is a nice change of pace.
btw, hartford here.
What town in CT r u?
Do you like cows?
Nutmeg? Why the "nutmeg state?"
There are two theories on why we're called the Nutmeg State. First, CT was a major shipping center in the 18th and 19th centuries, and the name may have come from sailors returning from their exotic voyages with nutmeg, at the time a valuable spice. There's also a myth of carpetbagging Yankee merchants peddling fake nutmeg in the South. Take your pick.
And we have plenty of cows in the eastern part of the state. UConn is located in the eastern boonies and cow-tipping is a pastime there.
Do you like having your nuts sucked during oral sex?
Can I lick your 10%?
Yes, but only if you pass a quiz on Connecticut history and geography first.